Kids Science Labs is offering new and creative summer camp weeks for kids 4-14 yrs old at all our centers. Kids love the mystery and surprise of seeing inside devices we use everyday, designing their own cities of the future, and understanding how devices are made. For 2018, we have created new weekly themes for our Innovators Camp which your children will love including:
- Design the Future: Modern Marvels, Explorer's Camp, Med School 105, Engineering University, Mixing Madness II, How It's Made, and A Random Walk Through Science
These week long camps offer engaging hands-on science and design classes led by our team of dedicated teaching faculty to help children discover, imagine, and create. With low student-teacher ratios, children in our camps are placed in age groups to create optimal learning environments for academic enrichment.
- Half Day: 9am - 12pm*
- Full Day: 9am - 3pm**
- Extended Day offered at some centers***
*(Schedule includes a nut-free snacktime.)
**(Parents provide peanut and tree-nut free lunch. ***Extended Care is available from 3-5pm.
8:45 - 9:15am - Students arrive
9:15 - 10:30am - First Hands-On Science Class
10:30 - 10:45am - Snack Break
10:45am - 12:00pm - Second Hands-On Science Class
12:00pm- Half-Day Pickup at Noon
12:00-1:00pm - Lunch for Full-Day Students
1:00pm - 3:00pm - Afternoon Programing (Full Day)
3:00pm - 5:00pm - Extended Care (extra charge)*
*Location specific offering
Summer CAMP 2018 - Weeks
2018 Next Gen Designers Schedule - (4th-8th grade. Schedule and topics vary by center)
For Summer 2018, we have created four advanced project weeks for students 4th through 8th grade. Depending on the center, our older students can choose between between our Next Gen Designers Camp and our Innovators Camp. Students who are not entering 4th grade in the Fall of 2018 are not eligible for this camp, but are welcome to register in our Innovator's Camp occurring simultaneously for kids up to age 12.
Additional important camp information and FAQs including logistics, billing, policies, and more can be found here: